Edsby normally allows teachers and other school/district staff to change their pictures. By default, this is done by clicking on the picture in your profile (click on your name in the top right of any Edsby screen, and select Profile). However, some districts have intentionally disabled this capability and don’t allow staff to change their photos […]
Using the Grade Gadget in the Gradebook, Edsby allows teachers to mark an assessment as Overdue even if the due date has not yet passed. This will be visible on both the student’s and their parent’s Edsby homepage. If e-submission is enabled for an assessment and the submission date has passed, the assessment will automatically […]
Edsby allows teachers to create assessments which either contribute to the student’s overall average, have no effect on the average, or are “bonus” and are only able to contribute to the average in a positive way. To create a bonus assessment, select the bonus option under “Grading” on the assessment form. Like normal assessments, bonus […]
Clicking the blue dropdown arrow next to the name of the course enables you to jump to your other classes while staying on the current view. For example, if you are in the gradebook, you can navigate to other gradebooks. If you are in the planner, you can navigate to the Planner of different classes.
You can copy and cross-post assessments from your class Planner by doing the following: Click on the Planner link across the top navigation bar in a class. Click on the “Gear” icon in the top-right corner of the Planner. Navigate to the assessments, lessons, or journals you wish to copy and place check marks in […]
Within each class is a Setup menu only available to teachers. To access it, click the three line “hamburger” menu at the right of the Classes’ navigation panel and select Setup. Within the Class Settings, teachers will find settings for student and parents that govern their level of access to the class. These settings only […]
If you have an account on an Edsby system, log in at the Edsby URL provided by your school or district. You might find it on your school or district’s website, or may have to ask your school directly. It will resemble https://your-server.edsby.com, where “your-server” is a name unique to your school or district. Whether […]